Invitation to Participate
Koinonia is a Spiritual Community
Koinonia Community Garden was established in 2011. Individual plots are rented annually. The gardeners seek to be stewards of the land, grow food organically, create habitat for pollinators, and donate surplus food. By eating locally grown food gardeners reduce their carbon footprint. It's a place to sow seeds of hope for a sustainable future.
Koinonia serves others locally and globally. Watch for opportunities in Koinonia’s weekly newsletter to volunteer and advocate for all on the planet. Attend educational opportunities that inspire social justice and sacred choices.
Koinonia offers a labyrinth located southwest of the parking lot. It’s a spiritual tool meant to awaken connections within and around you.
Use it as a walking meditation . . a path for prayer . . .
Koinonia supports cross-cultural experiences and creates partnerships for sustainable change. People from Koinonia have been traveling to El Salvador since 2006. Working through ESNA Village Network (www.esnavillages.org), Koinonia has helped to bring educational opportunities to rural El Salvador by building classrooms, providing scholarships for students, and sponsoring teachers. Other efforts have included supporting health clinics, dental care, ecological stoves, and disaster relief. Another trip is being planned for the summer of 2021.
Here are a few ways to donate:
Checks can be made out to Koinonia with
"El Salvador" on the memo line.
You may donate directly to ESNA as well. Then go to "Get involved", and then click on Donate. Please let ESNA know that the money is for the Grand Junction work projects.
Koinonia offers an array of other activities for enjoyment and enrichment: dinner groups, potlucks, hiking, outdoor activities, concerts, drum circles, book studies, retreats, movement classes, movie nights, talent shows, sock hops, and many others. Please visit our Facebook Page to view a sampling of past activities and our Events Calendar for current offerings.